Let a park warden-naturalist share his or her passion with you. Depending on the activity, this highly skilled guide could tell you about stars, animals, and wildlife, but also about history, myths, traditions, and conservation. These fun and entertaining encounters are a golden opportunity for young and old alike to learn about a fascinating world of nature. Participate and ask questions; our wardens will be delighted to share the secrets of their corner of paradise.
You prefer learning at your own pace? Well, go for it! Visit the exhibit, check out the discovery panels, take your time, and let the spirit of the place move you.
A lot of destinations
Each national park offers discovery activities highlighting the natural and cultural heritage representative of its territory. Click on the establishment and consult their programming.
- Guided hikes
- And more!
Activity free of charge for young people 17 and under. Fees applicable for adults in some cases. The offer and the topics vary according to the national parks. Reservation recommended.
- Discovery trails
- Discovery panels
- And more!
The offer and the topics vary according to the national parks.
Torchlight snowshoeing evenings
Explore the snowshoeing trails by torchlight, moonlight, and the glow of a headlamp. A different way to discover exceptional territories and to chat with folks who share your enthusiasm. This activity takes place at Aiguebelle and Mont‑Mégantic national parks.
Most of these activities are free of charge for young people 17 and under. Fees applicable for adults in some cases. Reservation recommended.
Sépaq wishes you an unforgettable outdoor experience and invites you to be Careful by nature!
Here are a few important do’s and don’ts:
- Venturing outside the trails in national parks is not allowed.
- All waste must be disposed of in the appropriate places.
- Under certain conditions, your dog could be allowed in some establishments. However, no other domestic animals are allowed. Please consult our Domestic animals section.
- National parks are governed by certain rules and guidelines.
Cohabitation with vulnerable or threatened species
We ask for your cooperation to ensure a harmonious cohabitation between visitors and the wildlife present on the territory. It is essential to preserve the peace and quiet of the various species by keeping a safe distance from them, especially those considered vulnerable or threatened, such as caribou. These species are very sensitive to disturbance and any situation that could lead to an interaction with humans must be avoided.
Stay overnight with us
Nature, outdoor activities, a crackling wood fire…all you’ve ever dreamed of and more!